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Figure 1: Ultrasound-guided identification of the conus medullaris. (A) Sagittal and (B) Axial incidences. The conus is usually hypoechoic (arrow on A), while the central canal appears as a hyperechogenic point (arrow in B)

Figure 1: Ultrasound-guided identification of the conus medullaris. (A) Sagittal and (B) Axial incidences. The conus is usually hypoechoic (arrow on A), while the central canal appears as a hyperechogenic point (arrow in B)